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Best Hosting For Private Blog Network - With Unique IPs - Help ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by danhoff, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. adamcm

    adamcm Registered Member

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    Hi all,

    I am looking to start out small with maybe 10 sites as a private blog network. Any recommendations on the less expensive side of things for me to try these out on my personal sites?

    Thanks!
     
  2. RankSnatcher

    RankSnatcher Regular Member

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    For SEO hosting take a look at webhostingtalk and BHW marketplace. Use SEO hosting with different C class IP
     
  3. garrido

    garrido Supreme Member

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    Bump!
     
  4. Rua999

    Rua999 Power Member

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    Really great share, glad you took the time to create the video and glad i took the time to download and watch them. You've literally saved me a fortune ;)
     
  5. thetermy

    thetermy Regular Member

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    Been around 4 months since I wrote that, and I can confirm that rankings are consistent.

    The sites are in fact not affecting each other as 1 got a webmaster warning and the others, many of which use the exact same strategy, are unaffected.

    I stand by what I said.
     
  6. HighRiskJohn

    HighRiskJohn Junior Member

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    I've had a few people PM'm me about the setup, here is video #3 that talks about how to set up the nameservers. I hope this clears up some of the questions people have.

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    [URL]http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/16U570DX/HYS-3-Nameserver.mp4_links[/URL]
     
  7. CaptinAmerica

    CaptinAmerica Regular Member

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    I will watch the videos i just wanted to post my convo with Host nine:

    18:35andrew: does each new website get a new IP?

    18:35Jeff G: Ok, Andrew, the reseller packages do not get dedicated IP addresses without purchase.
    18:36andrew: so all will be on the same IP?
    18:36andrew: what about the different levels?
    18:36Jeff G: Yes all shared IP of the server
    18:37andrew: I was told different?
    18:38Jeff G: I am sorry. According to our billing department. the Reseller packages use the shared IP of he server unless you purchase an IP for $2 a month. That also requires the purchase of an SSL certificate.
    18:38andrew: ok

    18:38andrew: thanks

    i will watch the videos later tonight
     
  8. hotseo

    hotseo Newbie

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    multiplecloud.com is what you need. Pros: 80 A-B Class IP. Cons. No autoinstallers for CMS like wordpress, no cpanel, just free cpanel.
     
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  9. aseohosting

    aseohosting Newbie

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    Thanks for the kind words! DanHoff, please let us know if we can ever help with anything.
     
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    aseohosting Newbie

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    Hope everything is working out!
     
  11. Brink

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    Hey John, let me start this out by saying This is still Very Valuable! Now, not to tinkle on your parade but your ip's have the same 3rd octet or "Class C" ip address which you point out in the video. Which was kind of the question in the beginning. Check out in the screen shot from video 2-1 , ip:1 and ip:8 have the same, ip:2 and ip:3 have the same and ip:7 and ip:10 have the same. Obvious the video image quality is very low but you can tell they are the same Class C ip.... There is some value that you can recieve different class C's from different areas, and maybe if you waited longer before adding another account you can get different class C's in the same area, but from this video it shows that {"xxx.xxx.xxx".abc } are the same. If at least the 3rd octet isn't different your leaving a massive footprint. 3rd octect definition : XXX.XXX."333".XXX
    Screen Shot http://screencast.com/t/bYL4uwL2w

    Now you say somthing in your video, that your content type is different, which is a pretty big deal... For a lot of us who are creating networks for specific content money sites. Creating sites on the same 3rd octet in the same niche, you are going to run into issues. Specially if your using "spun content".

    Please Explain how do achieve Unique Class C and how long you have to wait to achieve that? Because I do see you do have unique class C's in the same Areas "USA: WEST" but how long did you have to wait to get that?

    I think this is still Very Valuable, even if it takes a few months to accumulate 25 class C's becuase the cheapest ive ever found was 1.5 per ip... so im assuming the wait time is a little high.. day or so maybe a week. Which would make this a really good option for a blog network beginner who is just starting out and is going to slowly build up and create sites 1 at a time, over a couple weeks. I personally create 20+ websites at once, so a unique class C for everyone is very important since the content is spun and they will be posting up "similar content" within minutes of each other.
     
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  12. Blackhat_Guru

    Blackhat_Guru Regular Member Premium Member

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    Dollar seo hosting offers C class IPs for $1/ip per mo

    A & B class ips for $2/ip per mo.

    We are currently working on a WSO, with purchase of 25 ip plan for $25, of which 15 will be A & B classes (at no extra charge)
    We are working on a marketplace post at the moment. Till then, mention this post.
     
  13. Bostoncab

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    I want to do this but I want to use cheap shared hosting from multiple sources. I would even venture that we could get 50 or so BHW members who could easily put this together just based off of the hosting plans we already buy.
     
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    Have you considered using multiple hosting packages?
     
  15. mookari54

    mookari54 Junior Member

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    Went to their site. looks very promising. Have you used them long? would love to hear any reviews about them.
     
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    djp3k05 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    multiplecloud.com: I didn't use them, but a friend of mine has an account with them and he is really happy about their services.
     
  17. mseostrategy

    mseostrategy BANNED BANNED

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    go for hostgator
     
  18. djp3k05

    djp3k05 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    is not what he wants. on hostgator you will get same shared IP.
     
  19. SEOHULK

    SEOHULK BANNED BANNED

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    Lots and lots of smaller reseller hostings should do the trick but it might get expensive in time.
    It's also difficult to manage all these accounts unless you're a very technical person.
     
  20. luke6966

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    just go for multiple small hosting plans with multiple hosts